Fans enjoyed their first chance to watch 2022 New Orleans Saints on day four of training camp on Saturday, and the players rewarded their attendance with the best workout of the week.
The energy and enthusiasm were palpable throughout the two-hour training period, despite the wilting heat and humidity.
After that, coach Dennis Allen He said he was “happier” with the execution and effort on the part of his players on Saturday than he had been the day before.
“Our guys are really ahead in (weather conditions) and they are competing,” Allen said. “I thought this was a good, lively exercise.”
Here’s the relevant information, the highlights, and in some cases, the highlights.
Tysom Hill, Teran Mathieu And the Bryce Thompson She did not exercise and was not present.
Tanuh Kabasson, Sage Doxatre And the CJ Gardner Johnson He returned to work.
Marcus Davenport, Werner House And the Joan Johnson Once again they were taken out of rehearsals and worked alongside the coaches.
Mixed results for QB1
It was classic James Winston day. Some great throws and some head scratches.
The veteran quarterback showed off his powerful right arm with a beautiful 62-yard bomb Chris Olaf during team training. The fast rookie fell behind high school thanks to the bust coverage, but Winston’s impressive arm strength was fully visible in the play. His pass traveled about 60 yards in the air and hit Olaf perfectly.
Earlier, Winston was intercepted by Gardner-Johnson and Bradley Ruby On consecutive playbacks during a 7-by-7 drill, Gardner Johnson was diagnosed quickly deont harty They got out of the way and jumped onto the road to pick at the right apartment and take her home, to the huge roar of the crowd.
Then, Allen praised Winston for the way he responded after the objections by throwing a pair of sharp completions.
K. Will Lutz: The veteran Pro Bowler has been in mid-season forms. He drilled all seven field shooting attempts, the longest at 46 yards. The Saints have limited Lutz’s work so far, but his right leg couldn’t have looked better on Saturday.
LB Zack Bown: The third-year full-back flashes several times during the team’s training. He had a treatment for the loss Abram Smith Then passes a pass from Andy Dalton Which I somehow managed to fall into Kevin White Weapons to finish. Bad luck aside, it was a great sporting play.
WR Chris Olaf: In addition to the aforementioned bombshell, the Ohio State Producer had two nice throws from Winston and Dalton during a 7-on-7 drill. Olaf’s initial thought was that he’d basically line up outside, but the Saints have hired him everywhere so far, including the holeshot.
Saints are careful with Michael Thomas. Allen said the veteran receiver was given a specific day off on Saturday. Thomas did a few individual workouts early on and did pre-training calisthenics, then took the rest of the afternoon off.
veteran James Hearst Keep pressing the fort when tackling the left. We’ll get a better assessment of the offensive line when the dressings kick in on Monday and the full contact drills take place. Trevor Benning He didn’t play badly. It’s quite late, which is to be expected for a novice.
Saints have a Sunday holiday. They will be back in action on Monday for their first full podium training.